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Trusting My Intuition Leads to A Wonderful Reading

Trusting my intuition is one of the things I have been working on for several years. How many times have you thought that you should do something and then went ahead and did something else that turned out to be the wrong thing? We have all done that many times. When I get those little nudges I try to notice them and follow them.

Recently I did a reading that I just have to share with you.  It was one of those readings that really touches my heart. And it's also a lesson in trusting your intuition.

A lady called me for a reading. She needed it soon and I agreed to do it. My readings are almost all on the phone and she agreed to that. From the very start this reading seemed to violate many of the rules I have learned from other mediums and set for myself.

The lady who called was making the appointment for someone else. I don't usually like that. She was going to be present when the client was getting her reading. I don't usually like that either because it can bring in too many spirits and the one you want may have less of a chance to come through. But I liked her energy so I agreed to these things.

My Intuition Told Me to Go

A short time before her appointment I started getting the urge to go to them and do the appointment in person.  I had no idea what this was about but I was not planning on seeing people that day and had not dressed for it.

I texted the lady who had arranged the appointment and told her that I needed to come see them in person. They agreed.

When I arrived for the appointment there were four family members present. This is usually something I am not comfortable with because, again, it can bring in too many spirits. But my intuition told me it was OK and that they should stay.

I started the reading and immediately their beloved, son/brother came through. This was the person they all wanted and needed to hear from. This lovely young man who's life ended tragically short, brought through great evidence. Right away he wanted me to hug his mother.

The reading brought tears to everyone's eyes including me. I am so grateful that I trusted my intuition all along the way and did this reading the way the young man in spirit wanted me to. He was speaking to me through my intuition knowing I would trust it. He knew that doing the reading the way he suggested would be best for everyone involved.

It turned out to be the kind of reading that makes me so glad to be doing the work I am doing. I feel so privileged to be able to facilitate this kind of healing for people.

With Love
Chloe

Chloe Miguel,Psychic Medium
Anchorage, Alaska Nov. 7, 2018

 

Beloved Fiancé In Spirit Comes Through

Why Is Evidence Important?

Beloved Fiance In Spirit Comes Through

Beloved Fiance Comes Through

I had an amazing experience with Spirit today that I'm excite to share with you.

I was sitting in my office and I started to feel a presence with me.  Once he knew I could feel him, he sent me tastes and smell.  I started smelling fresh-cut grass and the gasoline and oil of a lawn mower. He also sent me an image of the lady he wanted to communicate with.

I knew who she was through Facebook. I've read for her before. I also knew this was her beloved fiance who passed away over a year ago.  She has been missing him so much and has not yet been able to connect with him through a medium.

Immediately I messaged her on Facebook and gave her the evidence I was getting: cut grass, gasoline, lawnmower, coconut bath products, other luxurious bath products and the oddest one - donuts in the garage.

She texted right back and was overjoyed to hear from her beloved. She verified all of the evidence I was getting. The messages of loved flowed. They have a son together as well and the spirit man expressed joy and love and pride for their boy.

I'm so grateful for my gift. I'm so grateful to be able to make these connections for people. I love what I do and I love demonstrating that our souls absolutely do go on after our physical deaths.

Love Always,
Chloe

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium
August 23, 2018
Anchorage, Alaska

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West Highland Terrier Says Hello

Pets Love to Say Hello

I love it when I'm doing a psychic reading and the sitter's loved ones in spirit pop in to say hello. My client is always so happy. I love that I can help people that way.

Recently I was doing a psychic reading for someone regarding some career advice.  At the end of the reading she asked "Do you see anything else for me?" Just then a west highland terrier came into my mind.

I said "You have a west highland terrier?" She immediately started crying and said "Oh she died. I miss her so much!" I was so happy to be able to tell her that her little sweet pooch was safe and happy on the other side and is still with her now.

My client was thrilled! It made her day. These are the moments that I am so grateful for as a psychic medium.

With Love,

Chloe

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium
Anchorage, Alaska
July, 2018

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Everyday Miracles

A Medium’s Perspective on Suicide – Part 2

Waiting to Communicate

A rule of thumb for mediums is that when someone dies it's best to wait several months before attempting to communicate with him or her.

There are a few reasons for this. One school of thought is that the souls who cross over aren't immediately available for communication. They are in a sort of recovery time and life review.  I have not found this to be true and have connected with spirits shortly after crossing over.

Waiting is also advised is because the bereaved person still here needs time to work though his or her grief.  I agree with this reason - mostly. When a person has asked me for contact shortly after a loved one's death I have always asked them to wait a few months.

A Suicide In My Extended Family

If you read part one of this post then you know that my aunt's husband committed suicide recently.  It was five days ago, actually. He came to me within hours asking me to help him communicate with my aunt. I felt emotions were too high and she was in shock.  Additionally, I was shocked and emotional about it as well.

My aunt texted me after a couple days asking me to please let her know if I had heard anything from him.  I still wasn't ready. We waited a couple more days and I finally made the connection for her yesterday.

Even though it was only a few days after his death and not the requisite "several months" we had a good experience.  My aunt was able to verify some things she had suspected about her husband's reasons and what had happened. Our conversation eased her grief and her mind.

My aunt was very grateful for our conversation and that I was able to help her communicate with him. I didn't know him. I met him only once briefly. He was able to provide evidence that only she knew.

I am grateful for my gift. This experience solidified for me that this is how I am here to serve. Mediumship is my gift to help others with their grief.

Love,

Chloe

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium
Jan 24, 2018
Anchorage, Alaska

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A Medium’s Perspective On Suicide-Part 1

My guides have been urging me to write about suicide. So, I started this post a week ago but put it aside. I felt like this topic is too heavy and I'm not qualified to write about it.  When someone you love takes his or her own life it creates a special kind of hell for those left behind. While I can help people heal their grief through a connection with a loved one, suicide is particularly ugly.

Then my aunt's husband committed the ultimate act just yesterday taking his own life.

Oh my God a suicide in my extended family! It's not the first. I did not know him well, having met him only once.  Yet I am acutely aware of the trauma he is putting my aunt and his other loved ones through.  I'm also acutely aware that it did not solve his financial problems.  Those were merely transferred to my aunt for her to deal with.

Additionally, it did not solve his emotional problems.  I am aware that he feels he made a mistake.  But it's too late. He can't reverse his actions.  I'm aware that he wants to tell my aunt he's sorry.  But she can't hear him through her grief and emotional trauma. Mostly I am aware of a life un-lived... of opportunities missed... and roads not taken.

We Are All Doing The Best We Can

However, I believe that every single one of us is doing the best we can at any given time.  It's easy to look at this from the outside and make judgments  about what I perceive he should have done. But my mind, my experiences and my perspective are not his. He was not able to climb up out of that hole of despair and saw no other way out. I should be sending him the highest level of compassion and love.

Many of us have lost a loved one to suicide.  The impact it has on those left behind is deep and lasts forever.  Even if we weren't particularly close to the person who took his life we still think about it years later. As a psychic medium, I've seen grief in many forms and suicide is extremely traumatizing for those left behind.

The loss from suicide is particularly stinging because it makes us look at ourselves and see where we think we've failed our loved ones. We wonder what we could have done differently to help our loved ones more.  Many of us suffer a tremendous amount of guilt when someone we love takes his own life.

From a spiritual standpoint, suicide opens a lot of questions. We wonder if our loved one is safe on the other side.  After all, many religions teach that suicide is wrong and that people who commit suicide suffer for it on the other side. That's a real fear for many of us left here.  We hope and pray that our loved ones' souls aren't suffering eternal damnation.

Some religions teach that the souls of people who commit suicide are damned to wander the earth for eternity. Some teachings claim they must stay on earth for the remainder of the time they would have lived. I don't believe any of this is true.

So what does happen when someone commits suicide?

I believe everyone is welcomed into the light when we cross over regardless of how we pass. Everyone. It does not matter if a person dies naturally of old age or takes his own life, he or she is welcomed into the light. Going into the light is like coming home for our souls. I don't believe any soul is ever made to walk the earth for any length of time. Although some choose to but that is for another blog post.

Once our souls are on the other side we have a sort of "life review". In this review we  see the impact on others of our actions in life including the choice of suicide. The soul who committed suicide now experiences the pain his loved ones felt when he died.  He sees the trauma he left behind. When we cross over we can feel how the choices we made hurt others.  Alternatively, we can see how the kind things we did also made an impact on others. So, I believe we judge ourselves.

Because I am a psychic medium I have a very different view of life and death than I used to.  I have the vantage point of KNOWING that our souls go on after our bodies die. This knowledge has brought me a tremendous amount of relief. I wish all of you could feel as certain as I do that there is more to this life than just merely this physical existence.

Please understand I am not making light of suicide or of death in general. Life is precious - not to be wasted.

I send all my love and blessings out to those of you who suffer because you've lost someone to suicide.  May you find peace. I also send all my love and blessings out to those souls who have committed suicide. You did the best you could with what you have.

With Love,

Chloe

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium
Jan 20, 2018
Anchorage, Alaska

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I Was There

Tree and bench
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A friend of mine posted this to Facebook. It's so appropriate and timely for the holiday season when many of us are experiencing deep grief over lost loved ones.  This essay was written by medium George Anderson. Happy Holidays to all. XO, Chloe

From George Anderson
December 11, 2014

Every once in a while a client will come along and ask a question that makes me look back at my life of listening to the souls, and brings me to such an incredible place of understanding of not only bereavement, but of the very essence of faith and hope. I was asked a rather simple question: “What were the most beautiful words you’ve ever heard from the souls?” I had to think about it-- but the answer was spoken to me before I could even think of it, and it rang in my head and caused me to go backward through nearly 50 years of communication like an epic movie in the space of a few seconds. I realized the woman was still in front of me and waiting for an answer, so I told her--”They’re the three most simple words ever spoken.”

No, not those words--“I love you” is far too easy. These three simple words are so profound and important to the souls that they have the power to change everything we thought about the loss of our loved ones and our need to find hope. I thought back to the hundreds and perhaps thousands of times they have been said by the souls, and how poignant and beautiful they really are. The words are these:
“I was there.”

“I was there when you got the awful call. I was there when the police came to the door grim faced, and you felt as if all the air was punched out of you. I was there beside the wreck, and I was there when you found me. I was there when you were asked my name and age, and for a minute you couldn’t even think of my age. I was there when you had to identify me and I was there when you tried not to scream when they warned you to brace yourself."

“I was there when the seconds felt like hours, and I was there when people babbled incoherently about “God’s will.” I was there when you picked my favorite suit and I was there when you pulled out my prom dress. I was there when the funeral director knew he’d lost your attention, and I was there when the pastor tried to gather information for a eulogy. I was there when you couldn’t find the will to close my casket, and I was there when you had to say goodbye to my physical body.”

“I was there when everyone was gone and the house was so still. I was there when you watched the clock all night, and I was there when you saw the sun rise and wondered how you could continue living. I was there when nothing and nobody mattered to you anymore, and I was there when you bargained with God for just a small sign from me. I was there when you started finding your faith again, and I was there when you made the decision to continue living for me.”

“I was there the first time you laughed in spite of yourself. I was there when you went back to work, and saw a movie, and tended to the garden. I was there when you started reaching out to others in the same boat, and I was there when you wished me a happy birthday, or a happy anniversary, or even a happy Tuesday. I was even there the day you first realized you found hope, and the first time you could feel my hand on your heart.”

“I was there when you planted the tree, when you created the scholarship, and when you donated your time and money in my name. I was there when you pulled another mother, father, husband, wife, brother, sister or grandparent aside to tell them you understand and it will be ok in time. I was there when you found a way to continue my work, and I was there when you honored me with your service to others. I was there when you ran the marathon, when you graduated, when you married, and when you retired. No milestone went unnoticed by me because whether you knew it or not, I was there.”

“I’ll be there when it’s time for the portal to open for you, and I’ll be there when your body takes its last breath. I’ll be there to be the first person to smile at you and I’ll be there to explain that at long last, your journey is done. I’ll be there when you say goodbye to the earth, and I’ll be there to teach you how to be there for those you’ll leave behind. I’ll be there, because I’ve been there.”

As I’ve said many times over the years, we are loved well beyond our comprehension, and we are never alone on the earth when we have a loved one in the hereafter. The souls have always been there for us, and until the day we see them again in a world of joy, they will always be there.

 

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Fear And Love

Fear and Love
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Fear and Love. Two opposites of the same emotion.  Really the only emotion is love.  Fear is the absence of love. All emotions come from either fear or love.  A Course In Miracles teaches that all actions we take are actually ways for us to seek love and that every action is a cry for love.

Fear and love have been on my mind a great deal lately.  Why do I live in so much fear? It's very easy to think you don't have fear but when confronted with big changes in your life you will find out just how much fear you really have.

Changing my career from massage therapist to medium has been the biggest most fear filled thing I've done on purpose in my life.  I am still filled with fear.  Although I have much less fear of the spirit world itself now, I still fear what other people will think of me.  When I read that last sentence it sounds silly.  I can totally armchair quarterback myself and say "Why would anyone be afraid of what others think? Just get over it, Chloe, and be your authentic self."

When I step outside of myself its very easy to see how simple it is.  But living it is another story.  Also just when I think I've got a handle on the fear and I'm finally moving past it something happens to scare me right back into my shell.  I'll get something wrong in a reading or  my husband will say something less than supportive about it.  He is  definitely not on the mediuship bandwagon.  That has perhaps been the hardest part.  Although, from what I've seen it's quite usual when one is a medium to have a spouse who does not quite get it. It's ok. He'll come around.

I understand the whole fear and love thing.  I really do.  Yet I'm still in fear. There are still people I'm afraid of finding out what I do.  What will my massage business partner think? Will she be mad at me? What will my husband's family think? Will I earn any money? I know there are many people out there who want a medium. They are all over Facebook.  There are tons of groups on Facebook doing psychic and mediumship readings.  Those groups have tens of thousands of people who want mediumship services to help ease their grief.

Eight of Swords Robin Wood Tarot
Eight of Swords Robin Wood Tarot.

I also know that if I can't get over this fear and own who and what I am I'll never attract enough clients. A fearful energy does not attract clients. I won't be serving the clients who need me or the spirits in the spirit world who want to connect with their loved ones here through me. If I can't get over my fears I'm literally not serving others in the best possible way for the highest good.  I have a gift which I can use to be of great service and I need to get over my fear and stand up and serve.  Thinking of all the people who need my abilities does help put it in perspective and ease my fear a bit. I must change my thoughts to come from love and serve from love. After all mediumship is all about love. Love never dies.

Many of us live in fear.  We are afraid to go for a new promotion, afraid to start a new business, afraid to ask someone on a date and afraid to take risks.  We create these prisons of fear for ourselves based on what? Our minds make up scenarios about what will happen if we take these risks.  Yet inevitably when we take the risk we find out the result isn't nearly as bad as we think. In fact, we often find that other people are much more supportive of us than we previously thought.

So what can we do to get over our fears and start living the life we want? What can we do to live a life of love?

Fear and Love
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What comes to my mind is to recognize when our thoughts are coming from fear.  Simply recognizing when our thoughts are fear based is huge.  Once you recognize it and mentally step outside of the thought you can control it.   "Hey, wait a minute. I'm feeling fear here."  If we can realize when we are feeling fear and having fear based thoughts then we can also remember that the opposite of fear is love.  So then the goal is to move our feelings from fear based to love based.

That sounds like a pretty tall order. But really just recognizing the fear gives you power over it. What I have been doing when I recognize that I'm feeling fear and my thoughts are coming from fear is to reframe my thoughts so that they are coming from love. I remind myself that I can't help people if I am afraid to let others know that I am a medium and that I am offering mediumship services. I also remind myself that what other people think of me really isn't my business and that I have no control over other people's thought.  The only thoughts I can control are my own.

Knowing what you can control and what you can't and knowing that every thought, every emotion is based in either love or fear will put ahead leaps and bounds in the game. Understanding fear and love truly eases the mind and brings peace. It helps to tame the fears and put our worries into perspective.  Really what we fear isn't usually that big of a deal and once we face those fears we are much happier and able to live the life we want.

Love,
Chloe

Chloe Miguel, Psychic Medium
Nov
. 27, 2018
Anchorage, Alaska

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